The acting minister of justice, Abdul Hakim Sharai, criticized the imposition of sanctions on some Islamic Emirate officials, while speaking during a religious-scientific seminar organized by the Ministry of Higher Education.
The acting justice minister criticized the imposition of sanctions two days after the European Union imposed sanctions on three Islamic Emirate officials, among them the minister of justice.
"If we stand united and support this system, I give you the assurance and good news that today they impose sanctions on the officials of the Islamic Emirate but the time will come when we impose sanctions on them," Sharai said.
The European Union said in a statement that the sanctions were imposed on the officials of the Islamic Emirate for violating human rights, especially depriving girls of education.
"It is obvious that the distance between the Islamic Emirate and the international community for political interaction will increase if the officials of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan do not travel to foreign countries for meetings," said Ahmad Khan Andar, a political expert.
Speaking during the seminar, Neda Mohammad Nadim, acting Minister of Higher Education, placed a strong emphasis on improving students' behavior in educational institutions within the framework of Sharia and said that this was the duty of university professors.
"it is the responsibility of the professors to regulate the students' attitude and appearance in accordance with Sharia law,” Nadim said.
The Ministry of Higher Education is holding a three-day religious-scientific seminar for university preachers, professors of Islamic Studies, and imams in Kabul University.